I took this picture while finishing off my week long hike along southern kingstrail along the Swedish mountains in late september. You can read different articles I have written about this trip here:

Trip planning

Trip report

Gallery part 1 

Gear report

Njupeskär is Swedens largest waterfall and it’s pretty impressive I must say. I started at the top and worked my way down (I ended my journey at Njupeskär after walking along the mountains). I really liked the waterfall and I think it’s something worth seeing for anyone travelling in that area of Sweden.

Anyway, this picture was taken with my faithful Fujifilm X-t1 and 18mm lens. I also set the arpeture as high or low as possible at 16 and the ISO at 200. This gave me a really nice long exposure feel to the pics.


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